If you just want to be able to connect to services on the FreeBSD box
from your XP box, then you should just give your XP box's internal
network adapter and the FreeBSD box's network adapter an IP address
withing the same internal subnet.
For example give you XP box the address 10.0.0.1 and your FreeBSD box
the address 10.0.0.2. The subnet mask on both should be 255.0.0.0 and
Wouldn't it be nicer to have your FreeBSD box function as a NAT router
A FreeBSD machine without internet connection is in my opinion no fun
On Mon, 2003-07-28 at 13:51, #I NYOMAN SUKA ADA# wrote:
> I had looked for information about my problem,
> but I couldn't find similar.
> I have two pcs, one with Win XP has 2 network cards.
> The other PC with FreeBSD with one network card only.
> I want to keep my main Internet connection with XP.
> I want to connect the extra network card to FreeBSD,
> so I can access all the server services at FreeBSD from XP.
> The FreeBSD doesn't need to be connected to Internet.
> I read about NATD, but in that case it seems that the FreeBSD will be
> the main PC to be connected to the Internet. This is not what I want.
> any suggestion and pointers are much appreciated.
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